The Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Massachusetts (HBRAMA) is a not-for-profit trade association consisting of single and multi-family home builders, developers, remodelers, suppliers and allied professionals to the residential construction industry. Chief among our goals is expanding opportunities for all consumers to have safe, decent and affordable housing. As the voice of the Massachusetts housing industry, we promote policies that thoughtfully balance the needs of consumers, communities and the environment.

HBRAMA Hot Topics


HBRMA Testifies in Support of Housing Choices Bill

Legislation will enable communities to pursue sustainable housing development and produce 135,000 new housing units by 2025.


Secretary Warns "Time is Not Our Friend" to Address Housing Shortage

Gov. Charlie Baker has made housing production legislation an early focus of his second term, frequently talking up the need for action and planning with Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito and others in his administration to continue to try to build public support for his proposal with events around the state.


Highest Level of Opioid Deaths Among Construction Workers

Just released study by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health shows highest level of opioid deaths among construction workers. Please follow the link for the full report.


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Contractor Continuing Education

Click here for State approved live and online Contractor Supervisor License (CSL) courses and continuing education, sponsored by HBRAMA.

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Homepage photo credits: Finished home courtesy of Woodside Development; Home under construction courtesy of Platt Builders and Greg Premru Photography.